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Democracy Now!
Dec 30, 2005
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* Headlines for December 30, 2005 * 2005 in Review: Power, Politics and Resistance
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Democracy Now!
Dec 29, 2005
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* Headlines for December 29, 2005 * As a Top Enron Exec Pleads Guilty, Journalist Robert Bryce Discusses the Death of Enron and the Firm's Close Ties to President Bush * Crime without Conviction: U.S. Makes Deals With Corporate Criminals Instead of Prosecuting * Reverend Billy Preaches on Shopocolypse Tour of the Country
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Democracy Now!
Dec 28, 2005
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* Headlines for December 28, 2005 * The Tsunami, One Year Later: More Than A Million Still Homeless in Sri Lanka * Post-Tsunami Indonesia: Military Still Controls Aceh, As Armed Rebels Disband
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Democracy Now!
Dec 27, 2005
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* Headlines for December 27, 2005 * Critical Mass Bike Rides Face Police Crackdown * New Video Evidence Shows NYPD Covert Surveillance of Cyclists and Protests * "It's An Excellent Relationship": NYPD on Police - CIA Links
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Democracy Now!
Dec 26, 2005
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Democracy Now! radio program for December 26, 2005
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Democracy Now!
Dec 23, 2005
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* Headlines for December 23, 2005 * Noam Chomsky v. Alan Dershowitz: A Debate on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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Democracy Now!
Dec 22, 2005
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* Headlines for December 22, 2005 * NYC Transit Strike Enters Third Day: Negotiations Resume, Threats to Workers Heat Up, Public Support Remains High * NYC Transit Strike Hailed As Battle For Nation-Wide Labor Movement By Pension Reform Advocates * Cheney Casts Tie-Breaking Senate Vote Cutting $40 Billion to the Poor * Secret Prisons, CIA Kidnappings & Torture: A Look At Europe's Reaction to the Bush Administration's Covert Actions Overseas
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Democracy Now!
Dec 21, 2005
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* Headlines for December 21, 2005 * Mayor Bloomberg Condemns New York City Transit Strike, MTA Workers Hold Firm * A Debate on the New York City Transit Strike * New Documents Show FBI Spying on Domestic Activist Groups * First Step Towards Impeachment? Conyers Introduces Bills to Censure Bush and Cheney
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Democracy Now!
Dec 20, 2005
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* Headlines for December 20, 2005 * The Story of Harold Wilson: Convicted of Triple Murder, Sentenced to Die, Exonerated After 17 Years in Prison
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Democracy Now!
Dec 19, 2005
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* Headlines for December 19, 2005 * Los Titulares de Hoy: Democracy Now!'s daily news summary translated into Spanish * An Impeachable Offense? Bush Admits Authorizing NSA to Eavesdrop on Americans Without Court Approval * Leftist Union Leader Evo Morales Poised to Become First Indigenous President of Bolivia * WTO Talks Close with Partial Trade Agreement, Over 900 Protesters Arrested in Hong Kong
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Democracy Now!
Dec 16, 2005
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* Headlines for December 16, 2005 * House Debates Bill to Rewrite Immigration Laws, Includes Provision that Makes it a Felony to be an Undocumented Worker * Workers in New Orleans Denied Pay, Proper Housing and Threatened with Deportation * New Orleans Residents Face Eviction From Homes as Rents Skyrocket and Legal Protections Remain Weak
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Democracy Now!
Dec 15, 2005
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* Headlines for December 15, 2005 * Pentagon Caught Spying on U.S. Anti-War and Anti-Nuclear Activists * Anti-War Protesters Under Pentagon Surveillance Speak Out * FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force Collected Intelligence on Peaceful Protesters in Colorado * New York Activist Faces Life in Prison; Feds Accuse Him of Eco-Terrorism
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Democracy Now!
Dec 14, 2005
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* Headlines for December 14, 2005 * Robert Fisk on The Murders of Gibran Tueni, Rafik Hariri and the Changing Tide in Lebanon * The Iraq Invasion: Day 1,000 * Study Shows Civilian Death Toll in Iraq More Than 100,000 * Protests Continue at WTO Conference as Talks Stall Over Agricultural Trade
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Democracy Now!
Dec 13, 2005
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* Headlines for December 13, 2005 * Stanley Tookie Williams Executed at San Quentin * Angela Davis: "The State of California May Have Extinguished the Life of Stanley Tookie Williams, But They Have Not Managed to Extinguish the Hope for a Better World" * Stanley Tookie Williams: I Want the World to Remember Me for My "Redemptive Transition" * Did Texas Execute an Innocent Man? Investigating the Details of the Cantu Case
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Democracy Now!
Dec 12, 2005
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* Headlines for December 12, 2005 * CA Supreme Court Denies Stay of Execution for Death Row Prisoner Stanley Tookie Williams, Fate Lies with Gov. Schwarzenegger * No Word on Fate of Four Kidnapped Peace Activists as Deadline From Captors to Kill Them Passes in Iraq * Richard Pryor 1940 - 2005: Pioneering Comedian Revealed Reality of African-American Experience to Wide Audience
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Democracy Now!
Dec 9, 2005
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* Headlines for December 9, 2005 * New Orleans Evacuees and Activists Testify at Explosive House Hearing on the Role of Race and Class in Government's Response to Hurricane Katrina * How Many Are Missing and Dead After Katrina? Three Months After the Hurricane, the Numbers are Still Unknown
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Democracy Now!
Dec 8, 2005
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* Headlines for December 8, 2005 * John Lennon 1940-1980: History Professor Jon Wiener Discusses Lennon's Politics, FBI Files and Why Richard Nixon Sought to Deport Him * As Rice Asserts U.S. Detainee Policy, a Look at "Torture Flights" and Secret CIA Prisons
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Democracy Now!
Dec 7, 2005
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* Headlines for December 7, 2005 * Jury Acquits Jailed Palestinian Professor of Several Charges in Major Blow to Bush Administration * Thirty Years After the Indonesian Invasion of East Timor, Will the U.S. Be Held Accountable for its Role in the Slaughter? * Extraordinary Rendition Under Fire: Lawsuit Charges CIA with Kidnapping and Torture of German Citizen
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Democracy Now!
Dec 6, 2005
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* Headlines for December 6, 2005 * Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace: A Look at the Epic Russian Novel and its Author * WBAI's War and Peace Broadcast: 35 Years Later * Actors, Journalists, Activists, Scholars and Others Continue the War and Peace Epic
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Democracy Now!
Dec 5, 2005
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* Headlines for December 5, 2005 * Extraordinary Rendition Scandal Reaches New Heights: Rice on the Offensive in Europe Over Bush Administration's Use of "Torture Flights" * British Tory MP Blasts Extraordinary Rendition, Says Britain Broke International Law and "Complicit in Torture" if Flights Passed Through UK * Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy Among 13,000 to Sign Petition Calling for Release of Kidnapped Aid Workers
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Democracy Now!
Nov 30, 2005
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* Headlines for November 30, 2005 * A Conversation with Death Row Prisoner Stanley Tookie Williams from his San Quentin Cell * Video Broadcast of Kidnapped Members of Christian Peacemaker Teams that Helped Expose Abu Ghraib Prisoner Abuse Scandal * 10 Years After the Arrest of U.S. Citizen Lori Berenson in Peru, her Father Mark Berenson Reads a Statement She Released from Prison
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Democracy Now!
Nov 29, 2005
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* Headlines for November 29, 2005 * Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Seymour Hersh on Where the Iraq War is Headed Next * Al Jazeera in the Crosshairs: Did Bush Really Want to Bomb the Arabic TV Network's Headquarters in 2004? * Coloradans File Federal Lawsuit Charging White House Staffers with Unlawful Removal During Bush "Town-Hall-Style" Event
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Democracy Now!
Nov 28, 2005
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* Headlines for November 28, 2005 * American Citizen Jailed in Saudi Arabia for 20 Months Convicted in U.S. Court of Joining al-Qaeda and Plotting to Assassinate Bush * Torture and Survival in a Saudi Prison: William Sampson Recounts his 2 1/2 Year Ordeal, Calls Torture "Morally Wrong, a Political Mistake" and Useless for Intelligence Gathering
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Democracy Now!
Nov 25, 2005
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A Tribute to Yip Harburg: The Man Who Put the Rainbow in the Wizard of Oz
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Democracy Now!
Nov 24, 2005
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* Isolated Native American Communities Struggle in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita * A Conversation with the "Chimpanzee Lady": Jane Goodall on Animals, the Environment and her Life
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Democracy Now!
Nov 23, 2005
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* Headlines for November 23, 2005 * Why did the Bush Administration Hold Jose Padilla for 3 Years as an Enemy Combatant? No Mention of al Qaeda or Plot to Attack U.S. in Indictment * Al Jazeera London Bureau Chief Responds to Report of British Memo Alleging Bush Wanted to Bomb Network HQ in Doha * Congressmember Waters Contradicts Col. Wilkerson on U.S. Role in Haiti: "It Was a Coup D'Etat, it Was a Forceful Removal of Aristide"
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Democracy Now!
Nov 22, 2005
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* Headlines for November 22, 2005 * Colin Powell's Former Chief of Staff Col. Wilkerson on Prewar Intel, Torture and How a White House "Cabal" Hijacked U.S. Foreign Policy * Colin Powell's Former Chief of Staff Col. Wilkerson on Haiti: Defends U.S. Role in Ouster of President, Claims Aristide's "Will to Power is Excessive Even Obsessive"
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Democracy Now!
Nov 21, 2005
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* Headlines for November 21, 2005 * The Man Who Sold the Iraq War: John Rendon, Bush's General in the Propaganda War * From Vietnam to Iraq: Sen. George McGovern Discusses the Lies of War from the Gulf of Tonkin to Iraq's WMDs
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Democracy Now!
Nov 18, 2005
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* Headlines for November 18, 2005 * Woodward Downplayed CIA Leak Case Despite Involvement * A Debate: Does Wal-Mart Work or is it a High Cost for Low Price?
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Democracy Now!
Nov 17, 2005
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* Headlines for November 17, 2005 * Pentagon Reverses Position and Admits U.S. Troops Used White Phosphorous Against Iraqis in Fallujah * Senate Reaches "Compromise" on Habeas Corpus that Could Still Strip Guantanamo Detainees of any Trial
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Democracy Now!
Nov 16, 2005
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* Headlines for November 16, 2005 * Internal CPB Report Charges Former Chair Tomlinson with Ethics Violations, Uncovers âCrypticâ? Emails With White House Staff * Palestinian, Israeli and American Discuss the Split in Israelâs Labour Party, the Separation Barrier and the Latest on Gaza * Arab-American Comics Perform Before Sold-Out Crowds in New York City
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Democracy Now!
Nov 15, 2005
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* Headlines for November 15, 2005 * Former U.S. Army Interrogator Describes the Harsh Techniques He Used in Iraq, Detainee Abuse by Marines and Navy Seals and Why âÂÂTorture is the Worst Possible Thing We Could DoâÂÂ
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Democracy Now!
Nov 14, 2005
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* Headlines for November 14, 2005 * Students Arrested at Powell Speech Protest Accuse Police of Racial Profiling * LA Times Fires Longtime Progressive Columnist Robert Scheer * Did Former Marine Jimmy Massey Lie About U.S. Military Atrocities in Iraq? A Debate Between Massey and Embedded Reporter Ron Harris
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Democracy Now!
Nov 11, 2005
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* Headlines for November 11, 2005 * Arianna Huffington on the Retirement of Judith Miller and Schwarzeneggerâs Ballot Defeat * A Deadly Interrogation: Can The CIA Legally Kill a Prisoner? * Science Fiction Writer Octavia Butler on Race, Global Warming and Religion
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Democracy Now!
Nov 10, 2005
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* Headlines for November 10, 2005 * Italian Writer Loretta Napoleoni on the Amman Triple Bombing, How the U.S. Helped Create Zarqawi and the Terror Financing Network * Germ Boys and Yes Men: How White House Cronyism and the Push to Invade Iraq Hampers the Country's Ability to Handle a Bioterror Attack * Sen. Ron Wyden on Soaring Oil Prices and Company Profits and the Senate Investigation into Prewar Intelligence
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Democracy Now!
Nov 9, 2005
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* Headlines for November 9, 2005 * As France Uses Colonial-Era Law To Impose Curfews, a Look at the Plight of Immigrant Youth in Europe * The Roots of Civil Unrest in Europe: Robert Fisk and Behzad Yaghmaian on Post-Colonial Muslim and Arab Immigrants * The Battle of Algiers: 1966 Film Depicting Algerian War of Independence Against French Occupation Parallels Brutal U.S. Occupation of Iraq * Robert Fisk on Torture: "We Have Become the Criminals...We Have No Further Moral Cause to Fight...
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Democracy Now!
Nov 8, 2005
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* Headlines for November 8, 2005 * U.S. Broadcast Exclusive - "Fallujah: The Hidden Massacre" on the U.S. Use of Napalm-Like White Phosphorus Bombs * A Debate: Did the U.S. Military Attack Iraqi Civilians With White Phosphorous Bombs in Violation of the Geneva Conventions? * Covering Up Torture? At Pentagon's Request the Washington Post Refuses To Report on Location Of Secret CIA Jails in Europe
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Democracy Now!
Nov 7, 2005
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* Headlines for November 7, 2005 * Urban Unrest Escalates in France as Riots Continue for 11th Straight Night * Bush Fails to Revive Free Trade Talks in Latin America Amid Mass Protests * The Fox In The Henhouse: How Privatization Threatens Democracy
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Democracy Now!
Nov 4, 2005
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* Headlines for November 4, 2005 * Was the 2004 Election Stolen?: A Debate on Ohio One Year After Bush's Victory * Mark Crispin Miller: “Kerry Told Me He Now Thinks the Election Was Stolen” * Thousands Protest Bush in Argentina, People's Summit Counters Free Trade Talks
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Democracy Now!
Nov 3, 2005
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* Headlines for November 3, 2005 * Jesse Jackson Delivers Eulogy at Rosa Parks Funeral: "Her Legacy is Secure. Her Work, Unfinished" * Bill Clinton: Rosa Parks "Made Us See and Agree that Everyone Should Be Free" * Bernice King Delivers Remarks at Rosa Parks Funeral on Behalf of Her Mother, Coretta Scott King * Michigan Gov. Granholhm: Rosa Parks is "Our Own Gently Powerful War Hero" * Joseph Lowery Calls on Condoleezza Rice to Extend Voting Rights Act * Al...
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Democracy Now!
Nov 2, 2005
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* Headlines for November 2, 2005 * Attorney Tells Why Guantanamo Detainee Attempted Suicide in Front of Him * Almost 1,000 Days After U.S. Invasion of Iraq, Democratic Senators Call in Secret Session for Investigation of Pre-War Intelligence * Gilbert Achcar: "The Very Presence of U.S. Troops Fuels the Insurgency"
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Democracy Now!
Nov 1, 2005
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* Headlines for November 1, 2005 * Cheney Taps Torture Memo Author to Replace Scooter Libby * Oprah Winfrey, Cicely Tyson, Julian Bond, Dorothy Height & Others Pay Tribute to Civil Rights Pioneer Rosa Parks
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Democracy Now!
Oct 31, 2005
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* Headlines for October 31, 2005 * Los Titulares de Hoy: Democracy Now!'s daily news summary translated into Spanish * Bush Picks Conservative Judge Samuel Alito Who Endorsed Abortion Restrictions for Supreme Court * Former CIA Agent Larry Johnson: Bush Should Ask for Karl Rove's Resignation Over CIA Leak * Civil Rights Pioneer Rosa Parks Lies in Honor in Capitol Rotunda
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Democracy Now!
Oct 28, 2005
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* Headlines for October 28, 2005 * Harriet Miers Withdraws Supreme Court Nomination: A Surrender to "Right Wing Special Interest Groups" or White House Diversion from CIA Leak Case? * Suspense Mounts as Indictments for CIA Leak Case Expected Today, Spotlight on VP Chief of Staff Libby Leads to Questions About Cheney's Role * Former Head of UN Humanitarian Program Denis Halliday: U.S. and Key Allies Facilitated Profiteering in Oil For Food Program * NY Civil Liberties Union: U.S. Made...
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Democracy Now!
Oct 27, 2005
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* Headlines for October 27, 2005 * Italian Media Reveals U.S. Officials Met With Italian Intelligence Officials To Discuss Fake Documents Citing Niger Nuke Sales to Iraq * Lawyer Scott Horton: “Vice President Cheney is the Man Who Unleashed Torture and Promoted it Within Our Military and Our Intelligence Service” * “Off To War: From Rural Arkansas to Baghdad”: Filmmakers on the Lives of Arkansan Soldiers in Iraq
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Democracy Now!
Oct 26, 2005
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* Headlines for October 26, 2005 * Col. Janis Karpinski, the Former Head of Abu Ghraib, Admits She Broke the Geneva Conventions But Says the Blame "Goes All the Way to The Top"
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Democracy Now!
Oct 25, 2005
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* Headlines for October 25, 2005 * Rosa Parks 1913-2005: We Air A Rare 1956 Interview With Parks During the Montgomery Bus Boycott * John Conyers On Rosa Parks: She Earned the Title as Mother of the Civil Rights Movement. * NYT Exposes Cheney's Role in CIA Leak: Cheney Identifies Wilson's Wife as CIA Operative * The Fallen Legion: Casualties of the Bush Administration
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Democracy Now!
Oct 24, 2005
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* Headlines for October 24, 2005 * New Orleans Community Organizer Malik Rahim Demands Inquiry into Hurricane Katrina Deaths and Amnesty for “Looters” * From the Gulf to the Gulf: New Orleans Professor John Clark Testifies on the “Triple Crime of Katrina” * Hurricane Katrina Survivor Recounts Days With No Water and Her Son’s Ordeal in the Orleans Parish Prison * Environmental Justice Professor Robert Bullard On How Race Affected the Federal Government’s Response to Katrina
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Democracy Now!
Oct 21, 2005
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* Headlines for October 21, 2005 * Lawyer: Guantanamo Detainees on Hunger Strike Tortured and Violently Force-Fed by Guards, Medical Staff * Scott Ritter on the Untold Story of the Intelligence Conspiracy to Undermine the UN and Overthrow Saddam Hussein * Seymour Hersh and Scott Ritter on Iraq, WMDs and the Role of the Clinton Administration in the 1990s
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Democracy Now!
Oct 20, 2005
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* Headlines for October 20, 2005 * Killing the Witness: Spanish Judge Orders Arrest & Extradition of U.S. Soldiers in Death of Spanish Journalist Jose Couso in Iraq * Saddam Hussein Pleads Innocent in Trial Over 1982 Shiite Massacre * Robert Fisk: War is the "Total Failure of the Human Spirit"
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Democracy Now!
Oct 19, 2005
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Democracy Now! daily television show for Wednesday, October 19, 2005
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Democracy Now!
Oct 18, 2005
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* Headlines for October 18, 2005 * Over 100 Arrested in Toledo, Ohio After Neo-Nazi March Prompts Counter-Protest & Riot * The Grapple in the Big Apple: British MP George Galloway v. Christopher Hitchens
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Democracy Now!
Oct 17, 2005
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* Headlines for October 17, 2005 * Iraqi Feminist Yanar Mohammed on the Iraq Constitution Vote * Should The New York Times Fire Judith Miller and Apologize to Readers? * New York Times Contributor Barbara Ehrenreich: Judith Miller's Access to Power Was More Important to the Times' Than the Truth * Barbara Ehrenreich: "Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream"
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Democracy Now!
Oct 14, 2005
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* Headlines for October 14, 2005 * Russell Simmons, Larry Hamm and Julianne Malveaux on the Millions More Movement * Professor Preacher Michael Eric Dyson on the State of the Country: "Some of Us are In First Class, But The Plane Is In Trouble"
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Democracy Now!
Oct 13, 2005
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* Headlines for October 13, 2005 * Liberia's First Election Since the Civil War: High Turnout and High Hopes * Top Al-Jazeera Reporter Yousri Fouda On the Media and His Interviews with Al Qaeda Leaders * Democrats Chant "Shame" in Congress After Bills Pass Benefiting Big Businesses
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Democracy Now!
Oct 12, 2005
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* Headlines for October 12, 2005 * Exclusive Interview: Murray Waas On How Dick Cheney's Top Aide 'Scooter' Libby Misled Federal Prosecutors in the CIA Leak Case * Community Activist Calls New Orleans Police Beating "Typical Behavior" * Jennifer Harbury on Why Guatemalan Villagers Refuse Military Aid in Mudslide, Remembering Decades of Torture and Massacres * Sister Dianna Ortiz Details Her Abduction and Torture by U.S.-Backed Guatemalan Military
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Democracy Now!
Oct 11, 2005
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* Headlines for October 11, 2005 * Did Mohamed ElBaradei and the IAEA Deserve to Win the Nobel Peace Prize? * Texan Environmental Activist Diane Wilson: Why I Refuse to go Jail * Devastated by Mudslides, Guatemalan Villagers Refuse Military Aid Remembering 1990 Army Massacre
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Democracy Now!
Oct 10, 2005
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* Headlines for October 10, 2005 * 20,000 Dead in Pakistan Following Massive Earthquake, Officials Fear Final Toll Could Exceed 40,000 * Indian Tribes and Hurricane Katrina: Overlooked by the Federal Government, Relief Organizations and the Corporate Media * Indigenous Activists Blast Columbus Day as "Propping Up of Racist Propaganda" * Sonia Bock 1897-2005: Amy Goodman Remembers Her Grandmother, a Woman of Three Centuries
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Democracy Now!
Oct 7, 2005
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* Headlines for October 7, 2005 * Bush Announces Renewed War on "Islamo-Facism," Rejects Demands for U.S. Troop Withdrawal From Iraq * Pentagon Analyst Pleads Guilty in AIPAC-Israeli Spy Case * UN Nuclear Watchdog ELBaradei Wins Nobel Peace Prize Months After U.S. Tries To Force Him From Job as Head of IAEA * GE Strikes A Deal to Clean Up PCBs in the Hudson
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Democracy Now!
Oct 6, 2005
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* Headlines for October 6, 2005 * Fmr. Army Chaplain James Yee on the Abuse of Prisoners at Guantanamo, His Wrongful Imprisonment and Anti-Muslim Sentiment in the Military
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Oct 5, 2005
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* Headlines for October 5, 2005 * Legendary Broadcaster and Author Studs Terkel on President Bush, Mahalia Jackson, James Baldwin, Louis Armstrong, the Rebuilding of New Orleans and What Gives Him Hope
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Oct 4, 2005
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* Headlines for October 4, 2005 * Ralph Nader Debates Fmr. Boston Univ. Law School Dean on Miers Nomination to Supreme Court * Ret. Army General William Odom: U.S. Should "Cut and Run" From Iraq * Inequality in the Wake of Katrina: A Debate on Bush's Child Tax Credit * Bankruptcy After Katrina: Who Wins, Who Loses?
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Democracy Now!
Oct 3, 2005
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* Headlines for October 3, 2005 * Bush Nominates Longtime Friend and Attorney Harriet Miers for Supreme Court * Orleans Parish DA Eddie Jordan on Racial Stereotyping, Police Looting and Private Military Contractors
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Democracy Now!
Sep 30, 2005
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* Headlines for September 30, 2005 * Longtime GOP Fundraiser and NPR Critic Elected to Head CPB * Local Public Access TV Under Attack From Trio of Congressional Bills * New Orleans Evacuees Blast Lack of Any Aid or Relief Weeks After Katrina * Head of Small Relief Agency Blasts Red Cross "Money Pit"
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Democracy Now!
Sep 29, 2005
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* Headlines for September 29, 2005 * DeLay Hammered by Campaign Finance Indictment, Steps Down as GOP Majority Leader * FBI Killing of Puerto Rican Independence Leader Filiberto Ojeda Rios Sparks Outpouring of Anti-US Sentiment
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Democracy Now!
Sep 28, 2005
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* Headlines for September 28, 2005 * Bush's "Brownie": Former FEMA Head Michael Brown Said He Warned Bush Directly Before Hurricane Struck * Homeland Security Chief Chertoff, Not Brown, Was Responsible For Federal Response To Huricane Katrina * Lott's Bad Bet: Fomer Senate Majority Leader Blocked Moves to Protect Mississippi Coast * William Arkin on the Increasing Military Role in Emergency Response * St. Patrick's Four Acquitted of Federal Conspiracy Charges
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Democracy Now!
Sep 27, 2005
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* Headlines for September 27, 2005 * After the Hurricane: Where Have All the Prisoners Gone? More Than 500 From New Orleans Jail Still Unaccounted For * Has the Government Abandoned New Orleans' Top Black Colleges? * Al Jazeera Spain Correspondent Sentenced to Prison on Charges of Collaborating with al Qaeda
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* Headlines for September 23, 2005 * Disaster Profiteering: Purging the Poor in the New New Orleans * Blackwater Down: Fresh From Iraq, Private Security Forces Roam the Streets of an American City With Impunity * Big, Easy Iraqi-Style Contracts Flood New Orleans * Pacifica Station KPFT Weathers Hurricane Rita
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Sep 22, 2005
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* Headlines for September 22, 2005 * St. Patrick's Four Trial: Civilian Resisters Face Federal Conspiracy Charges * Governor Bill Richardson on Hurricanes, Immigration, Iraq, Wen Ho Lee and More
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Sep 21, 2005
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* Headlines for September 21, 2005 * Cuba's Number 2, Ricardo Alarcon, Blasts 'Neoliberal' Katrina Response * Alarcon Demands Immediate Release of 'Cuban 5' : 'They Are Now Kidnapped' * Alarcon Defends Imprisonment of 'Independent Librarians' in Cuba, Cites Washington's Funding of Anti-Castro Groups in Havana
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Sep 20, 2005
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* Headlines for September 20, 2005 * Los Titulares de Hoy: Democracy Now!'s daily news summary translated into Spanish * Venezuela's President Chavez Offers Cheap Oil to the Poor...of the United States * Nobel Peace Laureate Wangari Maathai and Son of Executed Nigerian Activist Ken Wiwa Discuss Oil and the Environment
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Sep 19, 2005
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* Headlines for September 19, 2005 * Hugo Chavez: "If the Imperialist Government of the White House Dares to Invade Venezuela, the War of 100 Years Will be Unleashed in South America" * Jesse Jackson: Venezuela "Invests in Its People...U.S. Invests In Tax Cuts for the Wealthy and a War that does not Make Sense in Iraq"
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Sep 16, 2005
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